Parvati Statue - Antique Indonesian Style Bronze Javanese Parvati Bell Statue -24cm/10"
Measures (Height) 24cm/10"
An Indonesian (Java) sculpture of dancing Parvati in 13th century Majapahit style. Parvati, the wife of Shiva, is stood, dancing, on a working Bell.
She is dressed in simple robes, with a sash tied around her waist, hips and wears a number of pieces of ornate jewellery, including crown and earrings. As the wife of Shiva, Parvati is the voice of encouragement, reason, freedom, and strength, as well as of resistance, power, action and retributive justice.
Parvati also holds a Bell in her left hand. Her hair is piled in a tripartite chignon decorated with a cockade. Parvati is discretely adorned with only a necklace, diamond shaped earrings, a Yajnopavita (Scared Brahmanical thread) and a single bangle on each wrist.
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Often considered as one of the most important and prolific gods of Hinduism, Shiva symbolised and is symbolised in many ways. His main role within the triumvirate of Hindu gods is the Destroyer, and yet with the power of creation also tucked up one of his multiple sleeves, it is no wonder that he takes different forms and patronises many different aspects of Hindu life.